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A loan of $2,150 helped a member to buy three bags of rice and eight kg of frozen poultry.

Noutifafa 2 Group's story

The leader of the group Ntifafa2, Adja cooks food for sale and takes her of her household. She is 38 years old and lives in the Sanguera neighborhood, located in the border area between the town of Lomé and the town of Kpalimé in Togo. She is in a relationship and has four children. Since launching her business selling rice in 2010, with the support of her husband, Adjo has expanded her services and her efforts to meet customer demand. Thus she is seeking a loan to buy three bags of rice and eight kg [18 lbs] of frozen poultry in order to be able to serve her customers during the hours of 3 PM to 6 PM as well, in addition to her current opening hours of 6 AM to 12 PM. This group is composed of female entrepreneurs who sell beauty products, wheat flour, second-hand clothing, cereals, food products, kitchen utensils, and protein supplements, to list just some items. The group members are seeking a loan to strengthen their business. Some members of the group appearing in the photo are not taking out a loan.

In this group: Ama, Adjo, Abla, Abravi Edem, Ayawa, Adjo, Ami, Essi Mawussi, Adjo, Ayoko, Abravi Edem, Débora Ama, Adjo, Massan, Adjo, Manavi, Georgette, Jose Adjo, Essivi, Eya Eveline, Akossiwa, Afiwa

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Katharina S

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